The Syrian Arab Red Crescent is proud to have been appointed as Sphere new focal point in Syria. Sphere standards are the most famous in the whole world to define the minimum standers of the humanitarian response while preserving the dignity of the affected people and protecting them from disasters, as well as the commitment to the basic humanitarian standards. This new responsibility assured SARC’s commitment to the humanitarian principles and places an obligation to promote and advocate for the application of the Sphere standards at country-level.
On 9/11/2018 the winter carnival organised by the #HSP-SARC funded by UNHCR Syria for the children of Qutaifeh, took place at the closed stadium of the city. The children gathered at the community center, than the train transported them with the volunteers to the stadium .Many kid- friendly activities were included such as: bowling, mini golf, fishing, darts, face-painting also a picture booth was available for the children. The event ended with a group dance and toy favors were given to the children.
Syrian Arab Red Crescent held a workshop regarding projects management in humanitarian organizations on 4-8/11/2018. It was organized to enhance the management skills of the water and construction staff. The workshop, participated by 15 employees and volunteers, included advanced training on active management technics, as well as the implementation of these technics in the engineering projects carried out by the water and construction department. It is worth mentioning that this workshop was supported by ICRC and carried out in cooperation with Venture International Training Company.
The Medical Services Department-First Aid in the Syrian Arab Red Crescent organized a central training course to rehabilitate first aid trainers on 1-12/11/2018 in Banias camp. The course was supervised by 11 trainers and attended by 37 paramedics from all SARC’s branches in Syria. It included educational sessions about the first aid training methods, planning and evaluating training courses and communication tools (verbal and non-verbal). In addition, the participants involved in a practical training that discussed the different first aid cases and the proper way to deal with it. This kind of courses is expected to enhance the skills of… Read More »
As the Syrian Arab Red Crescent works on integrating the community-based health and first aid program among its various departments in order to promote the new community health culture, it launched a training workshop about the (eCBHFA ) on 4-8/11/2018. The workshop, supported by IFRC and Finish Red Cross, was carried out by 3 trainers and participated by 24 people, who acquired necessary information and skills for the implementation of “the behavior change at the community level” module, and developed effective health promotion key messages that would activate the program among the work plans.